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Antidot Enables ‘Interactive’ Tech Docs That Are Easier To Publish, More Relevant To Users – and Actually Get Read

Antidot has updated its document delivery platform with new features aimed at making it easier to create user-friendly interactive docs.  Docs are created and consumed thanks to a combination of semantic search, content enrichment, automatic content tagging and more.

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BigPanda Adds Search, Integrations To Help IT Ops Control 'Monitoring Chaos'

With more data to keep track of – and more monitoring tools that often don’t talk to one another – it can be hard for IT to quickly pinpoint the root cause of an alert.  BigPanda’s latest rollout adds scale and new integrations with popular tools to speed ‘mean time to resolution.’

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Data Virtualization Powering Many Dimensions of Digital Transformation: Insights from Denodo

As architects pursue their digital enterprise projects, they are finding data virtualization is proving a valued ally for delivering reliable data integration and data sharing. IDN explores data virtualization use cases across analytics, APIs, cloud, mobile, IoT and more with Denodo execs.

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SOA Software Adds Features To Spur Innovation for Internal, Private APIs

SOA Software has a new Enterprise API catalogue, a portal enhancement to its API Management Platform aimed at spurring API innovation inside the enterprise. The catalogue adds rich enterprise-class support for internal, private APIs – and help put them on par with open APIs designed for public use. 

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Gartner: Half of Large Enterprises Will Have Hybrid Clouds By 2017; Agility a Key Driver

Almost half of large enterprises will have deployed hybrid clouds by the end of 2017, according to research just released by Gartner Inc. The driving factor behind such deployments is that enterprises want their operations to be more agile.

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IDC Sees US Public IT Cloud Services To Top $43 Billion by 2016

Revenue for US public IT cloud services will grow from $18.5 billion in 2011 to $43.2 billion in 2016, according to a report by International Data Corporation (IDC).  The report focuses on the public cloud services that are shared among unrelated enterprises and consumers and that are designed for a market, rather than just one enterprise.

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Mobile Worker Trends Show Strong Growth, Wider Choices, Studies Say

2012 will mark the first year that 3G and 4G mobile devices make up the majority of all worldwide smartphone sales, topping 50% for the first time ever, according to ABI Research.  Meanwhile, IDC predicts the worldwide mobile worker population is exploding, and will impact more than 1-in-3 users (1.3 billion) by 2015.

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Study: SMBs Tend to Purchase Clouds in Bundles

Cloud-based services are getting a bigger chunk of SMB budgets, according to a recent study by AMI-Partners. As SMB cloud spending rises, they are also more likely to pursue multiple bundled cloud services, rather than single stand-alone applications.

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Cloud Software, Management Sales Near $12 Billion by 2014, The 451 Group

Clouds don’t just have silver lining. In the software world, clouds are practically made of solid gold.  The market for cloud software will hit $11.6B by 2014, up almost 300% from last year’s $4.5B. according to the market forecasting unit of The 451 Group.

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Juniper: Mobile Cloud Users Will Top 130 Million by 2014

By 2014, more than 130 million enterprise users will tap into the cloud to obtain, run, power or manage their mobile application, according to a new report by Juniper Research. Just who’s responsible for the coming surge may surprise you.

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O’Reilly Sets ‘Found Conference’ for June 9-11

O'Reilly Media Inc.'s Found Conference is set for June 9-11 at the San Francisco Airport Marriott in Burlingame, Calif. The three-day conference aims to help developers focus on search acquisition and architecture techniques to make web-based content easier to find.

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JavaScript, Flash ‘Extremely Useful’ for SEO

JavaScript and Flash are "extremely useful" in providing search engine optimization (SEO) services for an enterprise, an industry expert has claimed.

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Mobile Application Development Survey – Executive Summary

  • Ross King – Principal – King Research